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Filing a Corporate Tax Return

Any business incorporated in Saint Christopher and Nevis must file an Income Tax Return even if the corporation did not have any business transactions during the year or if it was granted a tax holiday. In addition, any non-resident, corporation or otherwise, with a permanent business establishment in Saint Christopher and Nevis must also file an annual Income Tax Return. Saint Christopher and Nevis Branch offices of offshore corporations are treated as if they were incorporated in Saint Christopher and Nevis and as separate tax entities from their head office.

The Corporate Income Tax Return must be filed on the forms prescribed by the Comptroller. If you are unclear about which forms you should be using, we encourage you to contact the Inland Revenue Department.

The Corporate Tax Return is due three and one half (3½) months after the fiscal year end of the entity. For example, if the fiscal year end of a corporation is the 31st December, the Income Tax Return must be filed with the Inland Revenue Department on or before the 15th of April of the following year. Similarly, if a corporate year end is the 30th of June, the Income Tax Return must be filed on or before the 15th of October.

The official filing date depends on the delivery method. If the Corporate Tax Return is hand delivered, the return will be date stamped by Inland Revenue on the day it is received by the department and that date will be considered the filing date. If the Income Tax Return is mailed or delivered by some other delivery method, the postmarked date will be considered the date of filing. In the event that a tax return is filed late, penalties and interest will be applied.


Taxpayers are reminded that property tax is due and payable each year, on or before June 30th.

NB All property bills with arrears, must first be queried at the Customer Service Section, before payment is made. Property bills without arrears should be taken directly to the Cashier Section for payment.


All vehicle owners whose licence plate ends with 1, must renew their vehicle licence before January 31st. Similarly, if your vehicle licence plate ends with 2, you must renew your vehicle licence before February 29th to avoid interest charges and ticketing fees..

All insurance companies are reminded that a statement showing the number of policies issued, the value of every policy and any other information required by the Accountant General must accompany the registration fee remittance and the insurance premium remittance. The forms can be found under Form & Guides tab then click on Tax Returns.